Institute for Women Conductors

Anna Skryleva

Russia/Germany

Russian conductor Anna Skryleva has lived and worked in Germany for the past 15 years. Currently, Ms. Skryleva is engaged as principal resident conductor at The State Theatre, Darmstadt, in addition to performing as a concert pianist and a chamber musician in Russia, other European nations and Mexico. Anna Skryleva’s career as a conductor began in 2002 in Karlsruhe, where she was engaged at the Music College as music assistant of the conductor Prof. Alicja Mounk. From 2007 to 2012, Anna Skryleva was engaged at the State Opera Hamburg as musical assistant of Simone Young, where she acquired a wide repertoire, from German Romanticism to Italian bel canto to modern music of the 20th century. After successfully conducting Richard Strauss’ Salome at the State Theatre Darmstadt in 2013, Anna Skryleva was named Darmstadt’s Principal Resident Conductor. Since then, she has conducted new productions and revivals of works including Otello, Tristan und Isolde, Il trittico, Madame Butterfly, La traviata and many more. The German publication Main-Echo named Anna Skryleva “Person of the Year 2013.” Earlier this year, she was nominated for the “Emotion Award 2015” in the Category “Women in Leadership”; winners will be announced later this month.

Photo of Ms. Skryleva: Thomas Leidig

2015 Participants

Particpants:

Jennifer Condon

 

Jessica Gethin

 

Natalie Murray Beale

 

Stephanie Rhodes

 

Anna Skryleva

 

Lidiya Yankovskaya

 

Observers:

Arianne Abela

 

Luçik Aprahämian

 

Avlana Eisenberg

 

Co Boi Nguyen

 

2015 IWC Concert Performance Selections

Overture , Die Fledermaus   - J. Strauss  

Dunque è proprio finita! , La bohème   - G. Puccini  

Things Change, Jo , Little Women   - M. Adamo